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By Ian Cory · 28 August 2014
While better than most of Opeth's recent efforts, Pale Communion is ultimately still a lesser work by a band formerly capable of masterpieces.
By Ray Finlayson · 28 August 2014
Only a few moments shine on Casey Jack's self-titled debut, largely in part because Jack and his band don't seem to have that much to say.
By Robert Whitfield · 27 August 2014
Through pure brute force, The Bug deliver some truly speaker-obliterating beats on Angels & Devils.
By Sam Friedman · 26 August 2014
NYC-based VÉRITÉ is back with an uplifting, vocally-driven second song, "Weekend".
By Ryo Miyauchi · 26 August 2014
Green Language sees Rustie demonstrating a new maturity and restraint, teasing out his tricks instead of blowing up all his fireworks in one go.
By Brian Peterson · 25 August 2014
On Sparks, Imogen Heap never settles for a nickel-worth song structure when a dollar one will do — the result is impressively dizzying when it works, but also unavoidably piecemeal.
By Ray Finlayson · 20 August 2014
Dan Boeckner puts his heart into whatever he touches, and the 20 minutes of material from EP1 shows his approach toward Operators is no different.
By Sam Friedman · 19 August 2014
Paris-based producer Stwo shares a free download of his nightly, blissful "Aura"
By Ryo Miyauchi · 18 August 2014
It’s a bit far-fetched to call Shelter Werkdisc’s pop album, but at the very least, the Moiré debut stands as a project that can interact well with more contemporary styles.
By Rory McCluckie · 13 August 2014
FKA twigs has achieved excellence on LP1, a record that is as interesting thematically as it is musically stimulating.
By Ryo Miyauchi · 13 August 2014
In hindsight, More Adventurous stands as the transition between Rilo Kiley's cult-following days and their leap into the mainstream.
By Ray Finlayson · 12 August 2014
When The Cellar Children See the Light of Day might be overcast listening, but that only makes Mirel Wager's sophomore offering all the more intriguing.
By Sam Friedman · 11 August 2014
Download a funky, lo-fi sizzling new track from UK-producer Gold Panda.
By Ryo Miyauchi · 11 August 2014
FaltyDL is back with In the Wild, and it sounds like a transitional phase for him, but one that's needed.
By Susan Kemp · 08 August 2014
I’m not saying you have to hand Spoon your soul, but it’s more than worthwhile to toss the guys 10 bucks for They Want My Soul.
By Susan Kemp · 06 August 2014
With a touch of disco and an LGBT spin on pop, Scissor Sisters' 2004 self-titled debut bended genre rules and cultural expectations in just about every way possible.